Definition of Ethicizing
1. ethicize [v] - See also: ethicize
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicizing
Literary usage of Ethicizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Theology and the Social Consciousness: A Study of the Relations of the by Henry Churchill King (1902)
"... PROBLEM THE social consciousness looks to the thorough ethicizing of religion. If the social consciousness is to be regarded as historically justified, ..."
2. China and the Far East by George Hubbard Blakeslee (1910)
"It must work incalculable change, and without any ethicizing and spiritualizing element, it must be of mingled good and evil just as the same education, ..."
3. The Natural History of the Christian Religion: Being a Study of the Doctrine by William Mackintosh (1894)
"And we cannot help thinking that with his more advanced ethicizing of the same conception a fully developed and unqualified universalism could not have been ..."
4. The Ethical World-conception of the Norse People by Andrew Peter Fors (1904)
"The ethicizing in this way of mythical conceptions was something that struck ... As an example of this ethicizing tendency in the Norse mythology we may ..."
5. Christian Ethics by Newman Smyth (1892)
"The task of ethicizing and Christianizing all civil institutions is the ... And beyond the ethicizing of individual states, and the reception by them of the ..."
6. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1902)
"Under the real meaning of the social consciousness for theology are treated, its definition, the inadequacy of analysis to the organism, the ethicizing of ..."